A man accused of shooting and killing a woman over an altercation about a dog poop in a deadly attack in Denver last spring.
Denver police allege that Michael Klose, the accused in the June 10 murder of 21 – year – old Isabella Thallas in the vicinity of Ball Park in Mile High City, fired at least 24 shots from a high – powered, semi – automatic rifle.
It was one of several new details released Monday in the preliminary investigation of Close.
Judge Lisa Teesh-Maguire found that Close, 36, was responsible for overseeing the trial on 15 cases, including first-degree murder.
Close alleged that Tallas and her boyfriend Darian Simon, 27, were both shot and killed.
The only witness who testified at the preliminary hearing was homicide investigator Joseph Trujillo, who officers found six shell casings inside Close’s apartment and 18 people outside his window.
Close alleged that Tallas and Simon opened fire while walking the dog from inside his apartment.